8.04 Wireless Problem (still)
df at drainfade.com
Thu May 8 22:53:20 UTC 2008
This has heppened to me 3 times since I upgraded to Hardy and it's really
getting annoying. I've figured out that I'm getting my updated too
soon...in other words I'm not updating all that needs to be updated and
therefore my wireless breaks. Once I update the additional ones needed
everything is fine. The moral of the story is I'm going to wait until the
end of the day or ths next one until I do updates ;)
On Thu, May 8, 2008 15:36, steve wrote:
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> Bob Cortez wrote:
> | Update.
> | I found that the wireless card shows up in the Device Mangager GUI, even
> | though it doesn't show up when queried in the terminal. I also removed
> | Network Manager completely using synaptic. That stopped the shutdown
> | errors I was receiving. When I go to System>Administration>Network the
> | Network Settings GUI still doesn't recognize the wireless device.
> | Any help or ideas at this point? Thanks.
> | Bob
> the only thing I can think of is booting a different kernel maybe??
> (edit /boot/grub/menu.lst to show list of kernels at boot time, you'll
> see what I mean if you look at the file) I had atheros card problems
> several times during hardy development and tried different kernels until
> I found one that worked!
> You ruled out the alt f2 or whatever key combo it was that turned
> wireless on and off right?
> - --
> Steve Reilly
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